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welcome to Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is a mysterious and relatively unexplored land of the Eastern Himalayas, with the beautiful Gori Chen range and Kangto peak towering above the unending carpet of pine tree tops. Arising somewhere from the Assam plains along the Tibetan border, it is entirely a hilly state that lies on the mighty Himalayan and Patkai ranges and is famously referred to as ‘nature’s treasure trove’. It is endowed with rich biological and cultural diversity. It has limitless beautiful landscapes, trekking trails, and water sports that need to be explored. If you are seeking to step into a world of extraordinary beauty and discover experiences found nowhere on earth, Arunachal Pradesh is the place for you.

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Arunachal Pradesh is a mysterious and relatively unexplored land of the Eastern Himalayas, with the beautiful Gori Chen range and Kangto peak towering above the unending carpet of pine tree tops. Arising somewhere from the Assam plains along the Tibetan border, it is entirely a hilly state that lies on…

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Cuisine
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Pork & Rice
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Languages
Hindi
Assamese
English
Getting There
By Air

The only two airports in Arunachal Pradesh are in Guwahati and Dibrugarh. Dibrugarh Airport is the closest if you are travelling to Passighat and Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati is the closest if travelling to Itanagar and Bhalukpong. 

By Rail

Naharlagun railway station is the only railway station of Arunachal Pradesh. It is hardly 10 kilometers from Itanagar. It connects Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi.

By Bus

Arunachal State Transport runs buses daily from Guwahati to Bomdila and Itanagar. Shared vehicles are also available from most parts of Arunachal Pradesh.

Getting Around
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The main mode of transport is shared Sumo taxi. Each shared taxi has a capacity to carry 10 people. It should be noted that the road network in Arunachal is not overly developed, and it is often not possible to move directly from one village to another. You will often have to return to the plains of Itanagar, Pasighat, or even Tezpur (Assam). 

However, you need not worry too much because you also have an option to rent a private taxi and explore this giant green patch, India’s wildest and least explored state, on your own. The lush green river gorges and ragged mountains are eventually paving a way for globe-trotters to explore. The people are friendly and helpful and can communicate in Hindi and English very well. 

Arunachal Pradesh has limitless beautiful landscapes, water sports, and trekking trails that need to be explored. Step into God’s land.

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travel tips
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Carry some snacks, dry foods, juices, etc while travelling. Due to long distances, keeping a small supply of food is helpful. Plus you can munch anytime you feel like.

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While traveling to higher altitudes, you might get dizzy. Keep some medicines for headaches, vomiting, sleep inducers, and some mild antacids. Carrying some alcohol, corn, or ginger is also helpful.

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You never know when the weather changes. Carry thermal wear and warm clothes even when you’re traveling during summer.

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It is important to always check your authorized permit. Keep the permit someplace safe and HANDY! It will be easy to present it when asked for.

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